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Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Mar 19, 2015

Nashville District Attorney Glenn Funk will return state money and adjust his retirement plan in an effort to curtail the controversy surrounding a job he accepted before taking office in August. In a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Brian Kelsey, R-Germantown, Funk said he would enroll in the current retirement system, which requires an employee contribution, and return any money he was paid in insurance claims or for doing work at the Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference between the time he won the primary and took office as district attorney, the Tennessean reports.